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Montana's Natural Mineral Hot Springs and Motel
202 West Main Street
White Sulphur Springs, Montana
motel phone '406.547.3366
May 25, 2016

The Hot Springs are open 365 days a year - 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Motel guests swim for free. Prices for others range from $2 to $7, depending on age. The two RV Gypsies were not motel guests.

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For hundreds of years, people have used these Natural Hot Springs for Health Purposes, easing such conditions as Arthritis, Rheumatism, Skin and Stomach Disorders, and a wide variety of Muscle and Joint Ailments. These waters are Wonderfully Relaxing and a Great Aid in Easing Tension and Fatigue. This valley is special place of Peace, Rest and Healing. From Native American times until today, a Legacy of Peace and Healing has been handed down.

3 Pools are proudly Drained and Cleaned Every Single Night,then refilled with the Finest Natural Hot Mineral Water to be found Anywhere in the World. NO chemicals of any kind are added to what is already the Best Water Nature has to offer.

This was a very clean hot springs and said to be the most healing around, thanks to a high concentration of Sulfur along with Magnesium and Lithium. Some even drink the water claiming it has curative properties for stomach ailments. The water is even used in creating a line of locally made soaps. But the water also serves another and more practical need and that is heating the adjoining Motel and Clinic. Pumped up from a 35-foot-deep well, the 130-degree water circulates throughout the hotel complex, losing about 8 to 10 degrees in the process. After its circuitous route through a plumber's nightmare, the water is pumped into the 30-foot by 35-foot outdoor pool and the smaller, hotter indoor pool. The outdoor pool is usually cooled to 98 degrees, while the 10-by-15-foot indoor plunge is kept around 105 degrees. The new outdoor pool is kept around 103 degrees.

Karen Duquette found it to be a great place to relax in the style of an RV Gypsy. Lee Duquette went back to the RV until Karen was ready to leave the hot pools. He does not like hot or cold pools nor hot springs.

The outdoor pool was entirely surrounded by paintings that created an atmosphere of the West. The Murals were painted by well known artist Mike Mahoney.

white sulphur hot springs

white sulphur hot springs

Below: Karen Duquette in the newer outdoor pool - 103 degrees water temperature.

Karen Duquette at white sulphur hot springs

Karen Duquette at white sulphur hot springs

Karen Duquette at white sulphur hot springs

Karen Duquette at white sulphur hot springs

Below: Karen Duquette tried the other outdoor pool, which was only 98 degrees, but she liked the hotter one better. There were not a lot of people here at this time, and most of them were in the cooler pool.

white sulphur hot springs

white sulphur hot springs

This was a perfect weather day.

clouds in the sky

Below; Then it was time for Karen Duquette to try the indoor pool. The indoor pool was 105 degrees, only 2 degrees hotter than Karen's favorite outdoor pool. But because it was indoors, it was like a steam room. Karen's camera fogged up the very second she walked in the door.

indoor hot spirings

indoor hot springs

Below: Then Karen Duquette opened the door wide to let some cooler air come in and when one other person came into the room, Karen asked him to try and take her photo before the room steamed up again. He took Karen's photo, and he only stayed about one minute. Karen stayed about ten minutes, then returned to the outdoor pool, which felt more natural to her to be outdoors when in a hot spring.

Karen Duquette and the indoor hottest spring

Karen Duquette and the indoor hottest spring

This was a nice relaxing day in a small town.

Menu for the two RV Gypsies Adventures in Montana
(sites 17-20 on the 2016 USA map)
May 22-31, 2016
You may visit these sites in any order you choose.
There is also a link to Alberta, Canada below.

green bullet travel photos and Billings Village RV Park - (site 17)

green bullet Billings Welcome Center

green bullet Chief Plenty Coups State Park

green bullet Trader Dave's Restaurant

green bullet Pictograph Cave State Park - two pages

green bullet Pompeys Pillar - two pages

green bullet Riverfront Park

green bullet Swords Rimrock Park - Scenic Park

green bullet Yellowstone Kelly

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green bullet Conestoga Campground in White Sulphur Springs (site 18)

green bullet Natural Mineral Hot Springs in White Sulphur Springs

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green bullet RV driving day and snow lingering alongside the road - (site 19)

green bullet Fort Benton, Montana- the birthplace of Montana

green bullet Veteran's Memorial Park

green bullet Upper Missouri River Breaks Interpretive National Monument

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Below: Places in Great Falls Montana - (site # 20)

green bullet Great Falls, MT: paintings, bridges, statues, Pasta Montana

green bullet The Historical Depot Building

green bullet The Montana Veteran's Memorial

green bullet Lewis and Clark National Historic Interpretive Center - 2 pages

green bullet Giant Springs State Park, springs, waterfall, long and short rivers

green bullet Rainbow, Crooked, and Black Eagle Falls plus Sacagawea Overlook

green bullet Gibson Park: Statues and a Flower Garden

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continue on to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies AFTER you have seen all of the above sections, please continue on to Alberta, Canada in June, 2016